We all know that lockers are ideal for schools, gyms and office environments. Providing a place to store away phones and personal possessions such as wallets and keys. But lockers also make clever storage solutions in your home. Inject colour in a child’s room or make use of an awkward corner. Here’s some handy storage tricks and how to make use of lockers in your home decor.
A hallway hideaway
It’s easy to leave keys and other valuables lying around on a hall table. They can represent a potential security risk. Try using a wall mounted locker to stash keys and loose change. Re purpose phone lockers for storing away phones as small storage spaces – therefore an ideal solution in a shared hallway where mail can often go astray.
A locker of your own
Children get used to storing their possessions in lockers at school – so why not give them a space of their own at home? Use lockers that can be wall mounted with units being added on top or sides. This will create larger banks of lockers for books and treasures. Smart and bright, they can also add that personal touch to a child’s room.
Metal lockers play into the modern design trend for all things industrial. And they make ideal extra storage space, especially in the kitchen. Moreover a bank of lockers are a clever way to add a pantry to your kitchen. Their dark, cool interiors are perfect for storing dry goods. Choose doors that blend into your colour scheme.
The possibilities are endless – store your toiletries in the bathroom or use a small locker as a bedside table and personal safe. The only limit to decorating with storage lockers is your own imagination!